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An Open Letter to the Public 1! We wish to announce that we have hought the ?' ! I business heretofore conducted by Geo. Curtis, under ;; ? ? the name of the "Alaska Cleaners and Dyers," and ;; that we will continue in the same location under the !! name ALASKA CLEANERS AND PRESSERS. I: ;; Respectfully yours, . :: MARTIN DAHL, ' ;; : LEN WALBERG ; "D" Street Douglas Phone 52 ; W'HW-H-fHw'' Bill??BBB? When in Seattle Stop at the Place for ALASKANS It'* Fire-Proof. Modern and Conwnwnt RATES $1.00 Per Day and Up HOTEL BARKER Corner Pile and Sl\tk Free Auto Bu* Meet* all Boat* ami Train* C. O. Walston & Conrad Breeding. Prop*. ALASKAN SOURDOUGHS , I I n i In the interest of our town let* patronize our home merchants F. M'OLLAND Will give you the Best in Clothing, both a* to style, and quality, and at the right price, too. | lib E. Second St., Phoac bb McDonald & Hart Contractors and Builders Office at McCloskey's Cigar Store Front Street Special sale on Sterling silver spoons and white and sold Austrian china. 1. J. Sharick. 7-$-tf. ! S. H. MILL WEE 3 :: LAWYER : ? ' ? II Notary Public * 3*4-206 Seward Building Juneau. Alaska f *. \\ The AlaskaGrii!!: 11 The Best Appointed *1 I. Place in I own ?1 ? > ? ? 11 Best of Everything Served 11 11 at Moderate Prices ;; PETTIT & HARVEY Rentals and General Collections REAL ESTATE BROKERS Auditing and Accounting Agents Northern Life Insurance Co. Cheney BUg. I'l cae 2)7 i-H-H-H-I-H-H-H-H-l I 1 i 1 1 1 H-fr :: AUTO FOR HIRE | ?? TEAMING and DRAYING | j BEItRY TRANSFER CO. I Phone 2-2. | -T; : i l I I i i l III i -i 1 HH1-H II !? TSo?ory,le Just Arrived | fen coat^ MRS. M. D. BERRY GROCERIES MEN'S GOODS Jj M. J. O'CONNOR Douglas J : Douglas Opera House Hotel In Connection ? | Wesern the BEST BEER r r"| J in Douglas for . . . wl d V3ldds j 1 FREE MOVING PICTURES EVERY NIGHT Z ? The Best of Wines. Liquors and Cigars X * 1 ETE ROLANDO, Prop. Douglas, Alaska t Jkn Paul Bloedhorn WANTS TO KNOW "What Makes It Go?" I Coffee boiled is Coffee spoiled NO BOILING WITH The Eletflric Coffee Percolator 0-QUICK Starling with cold water begins to perco late in 1-2 minute. Economical--.So cea money and save* time. Let ui show you. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I DOUGLAS IlAHDWARD STORE I Phone 55 J. S. MINKOVE ^Douglasw^laskaJ Largest Music House in Alaska Highest Grade Pianos. Piano Player s, Edison Disc Phonographs, Vlctorj and Columbia Talking Machines, Records of ail makes. Sheet Music.| 3 Stores Juneau Music House J. P. L. GRAVES. Mgr. REXALL DRUG STORE FRONT STREET DRUG STORE Douglas, Alaska. * Douglas, Alaska. ELMER E. SMITH, Prop. I *******+*+++**+* [? ? > ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE * ?> Douglas Branch + I M. A. SNOW, Manager + ?> ?> ?+?++??????????? ;<> + + ? + + *? + ?????+? ?> + ? DOUGLAS NEWS NOTES. + ?> + DOUGLAS. July 20.?The forry in ustugithe city float as a landing, pond ing the completion of the new ferry ''float; Rev. Renlson yesterday afternoon baptized the infant children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearce, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Sley. The entrance to the school house is being remodeled and now faces the north instead of the east as hereto : fore. Mrs. W. H. Simons, a sister of Mrs. ! Ray Gardner, Is visiting with her sis ter for a month. Frank Oliver who has been confined to his home with an nttack of rheumn tissm for tho past few days, is again able to be out of the house. ? + + CO-OPERATIVE STORE TO OPEN AUGUST 1st I DOUGLAS. July 20?The store to be operated by the newly Incorporated company of Douglas and Trcadwell citizens, will open its doors on August 1st In the Thomas building on Third street near "O." Mr. McCrenry, who was formerly with M. G. Rogers, has been selected as manager nnd ho will leave Seattlle tonight or tomorrow with the Btock h<> has purchased. In the near future a motorcycle de livery will be Inaugurated. FORMER DOUGLAS GIRL PRINCIPAL IN ROMANCE DOUGLAS. July 20. ? The Seattle Times of July 12th. contains a story of the Journey of Miss Ruth Killbuck from the Kuskokwim river to Seattle to meet and wed her fiance, Van De Patterson, who came from North Caro lina on the same errand. Miss Killbuck is well known In Douglas, where she resided for a num ber of years nnd was very popular ; among the younger set. AT THE LYRIC TONIGHT. DOUGLAS. July 20.?Tonight's Ly j rlc program is as follows: 1. Mid-winter fair In Honolulu and a trip in and around Seattle. 2 & 3. "The Little Turn-Coat." A Kay-Bee war draiuu, actual battle scenes are shown and a beautiful ro mance is Interwoven; very exciting and interesting; full of action. 4. Comedy?"His Ups and Downs." Mable Xormand In a Keystone film. NOTICE. DOUGLAS. July 20.?The Douglas power and light service will be off dur ing the day (Tuesday, July 21) while the change is being made to the 60 cycle current. The old style 133 cycle motors will not run on the new ser vice. ALASKA ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO. I ? + + TREADWELL NOTES + a + )? + + ?+ + + ? + + + *<? + *? + TREADWELL. July 20.?A caucus of Treadwell Democrats has been called for tonight at 8 o'clock at the Fire hall. Delegates to the Skagway Convention will be elected. W. W. Shorthill, secretary to the Governor, received a telegram from Se attle stating that his mother had been stricken with paralysis. Mr. Short hill will leave on the City of Seattle tonight. Mrs. Shorthill Is well known In Douglas. Leo P. Kennedy, superintendent of the Jualin mine, has been a visitor at Treadwell for the past few days. E. G. Porter and H. L. Cook, of Ne vada Cfty, Calif., have taken positions at the central crusher. Weather permitting, there will be a baseball game tonight at 7 o'clock be tween the cyanide plant and the ma chine shop teams. Mrs. E. P. Kennedy. Mrs. Raskevlch, Mrs. Faulkner and friend left yester day morning for Speel river on the Pacific with E. P. Kennedy who was taking a party under Ed. Ninnls to continue driving the tunnel begun last year at Sweetheart lake. Wm. Reynolds and Ernie Sutton, who left here late last summer on the Chisana stampede, returned on the Al ameda from Cordova. Preparations are being made to put a new roof on the Treadwell club. +?+++++??+?++?+?? + * PERSONAL MENTION + * + + + + ? + 4' + + + + + + + + + + +? Receiver Frank A. Boyle returned from Seattle on the Admiral Sampson, accompanied by Mrs. Boyle who had been visiting In the East. * Rev. George E. Renison returned to Skngway on the Jefferson last eve ning. 0. I.. Coward, Alaska representative of the General Electric company, re turned to Juneau on the Admiral Ev ans this morning. William Busch took passage on the Humboldt last night for Seattle on a brief business visit. G. H. Bennett of the Allls-Chalmers company, returned to Juneau on the Admiral Evans from a brief visit to the Westward. Chief of Police William McBrlde re turned cn the Jefferson from a short vacation spent in Ketchikan. Gporge J. McCarthy, Juneau agent for the Admiral Line, returned on the Admiral Sampson from a visit to Ket chikan and other Alaska towns south of Juneau. He was accompanied by Mrs. McCarthy. W. F. Merchant, local automobile dealer, returned on the Northwestern from Seattle, after an absence of sev eral weeks. S. A. Hemple. well known business man of Valdez passed through Juneau on the Admiral Evans enroute to Se attle. Phil J. Hlckey, of Seward, passed through Juneau aboard the Admiral Evnns enroute to Seattle. C. S. Lindsay, of the Merchants' Protective Association of Alaska, went to Wrangell and Petersburg Saturday In the interest of the association. He, will return in about two weeks. DINNER TOMORROW THE BRUNSWICK TUESDAY. JULY 21, 1S14. Our Coffee Is Better, Because We Pay More arid Know How to Make It. Soup Maccaroni. Relishes. Sliced Tomatoes 20c; Green Onions 10c Slice Watermelon 15c, Cantaloupe 10c Sliced Cucumbers. 10c. Fish Baked Salmon, tomato sauce. 23 Fried Halibut, parsley butter. 2a Fillet Sole, sauce tartar. 25 Grilled Black Cod. au Bhur noir. 25 French Sardines, dressed head lettuce, 35. Boiled Fork Spare Ribs and Sauerkraut, 35 Ham Hocks and Cabbage. 35 Entrees Breaded Lamb Chops, brown grav 35 Small Club Steak. 36 Ham and Bell Pepper Omelet, 2 eggs, 35 Fried Cornmeal Mush, rasher bacon, 35 Boiled Chicken Corn Fritters. 50 Apple Fritters, golden sauce, 35 Roasts Sirloin Beef with Brown Gravy, 35c. | Leg Lamb with dressing, 35 Stuffed Breast Veal, pan gravy Cold Meats. Dessert Pudding served. Pies, 5 and 10c. We have the best cooked meal In the City. KANSAS CITY TOURISTS VISITING IN JUNEAU "s" ' Mrs. V. David. Miss Utah V. David, and Mrs. W. F. Tracey, of Kansas City, form an interesting party of tourists that returned from a round trip to the Westward on the Admiral Evans this morning. They are stopping over in Juneau to see the palce and to make the side trip to Skagway and over the White Pass and Yukon. NOTICE, ?*? My wife, Mrs. Ethel 0. Nowicka, having left mo without cause, notice is hereby given that I will not be re sponsible for any debts contracted by her in my name or otherwise. Dated at Juneau, Alaska, July 17, 1914. STANLEY NOWICKA (???) 7-17-3t. [ Sale of Women's Suits 0 Thirty-nine Women's Suits on sale at a big saving to the economic buyer. fflWe have divided our stock of suits into three prices for quick selling. :: :: :: :: V. :: :: $12.50 Now buys Women's Suits that for merly sold up to $29.00 (15 SUITS IN THIS LOT) $15.00 Now buys Women's Suits that sold as high as $37.50 (15 SUITS IN THIS LOT) $20.00 Buys your choice of Women's Suits that retailed up to $59.00 (9 SUITS IN THIS LOT) In PRICE ON OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SILK WOOL -| ?\ ?Z EMBROIDERY AND LACE DRESSES 1 "fci Aw Twenty last seasons Women's Dresses in I?A lP i Silk, Wool and Velvet. Former prices to $29.50 O 1 O deduction on our complete line of Summer Wash $ ^V; | n Fabrics in white and colors. This line comprises Crepes, %JP %J$> JL %Jp Swiss, Mulls, Dimity, Ratine, etc. To sell out at 331-3 Reduction 1-3 OFF ON CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES /J^qJunehuALASM. Women's Coats 1-2 PRICE ' I I I I H I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I I n 125 :: Is the Telephone j :: Number \ Brill's I i pharmacy; "Vhe JXConey back Store" ;;Telephone Is leer Cic<u I" OLYMPIAN"; The Train of Luxury TO Butte, Miles City, Sioux City, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, Milwaukee, Chicago All Points East, via the "MILWAUKEE" Leaves Seattle Daily at 10.15 A.M. "A TOUR DE LUXE" is an expression supremely fitting in con nection with a trip to thi East on this palatial all-steel transconti nental train. It combines the enjoyment of rare scenic beauties with the pleasure of a journey in absolute ease and comfort. No Extra Fare on This Train For further information regarding fares, train service', reservations, etc., call on or address Willi* E. Novell. City Ticket A cent. Chlca*o. Milwaukee A St. rial Ry.. Seward St. JUNEAU. ALASKA, or City Ticket Office*, Cbicaco. Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, 44J Haatinc* St. Weit VANCOUVER. B. C. or SECOND AVE. AND CHERRY ST?. SEATTLE k\ ,,s/^ GOODSEGARS POCKET BILLIARDS |j Dave's Place 1 A Pipe for Every Fact PIPE REPAIRING The Chocolate Shop AND Delicatessen Lunches Served Sandwiches, Pies, Doughnuts, Fine Coffee Chilli Con Carno 15c Boston Baked Beans 15c Home-made Pies, all kinds, baked to order 15c Home-Made Bread 2 for 25c Full Lino of Best Candles, Al mond Brittle and Peanut Brittle, Chocolates, Etc. Call and Get Acquainted MISS A. GRAVES, 135 Front I ALASKAN j I HOTEL o Juneau's Leading Hostelry < ? Steam heat, running hot and < > < > cold water in all rooms?six- \, < I teen rooms with bath?strictly \ J ' > first class cafe?centrally locat- < > < ? ed?big sample rooms. Auto < > o meets all steamers?rates: $1.60 <> J | per day and up?commercial <y < ? trade solicited. < > o P. L. Gemmett, Pres. & Mgr. ' * F. H. McCoy, Secy-Treas. BOWLING Is a healthful and pleasant pastime. Several Clubs arc being organized 9 9 9 9 Why don't you form a club among your frionds and participate in the bowling tournament in September. Tbe Brunswick Alleys ? Are open night and day for prac Itice. :: :: :: GET BUSY 1111II1111111 It II11111111 ? ? ? When you want ? i < ? < > !Hardware, Stoves, Fumi- !! I ture, Carpets, Linoleum, ! ' Sashes, Guns, Electric Sup- !I I plies, Trunks, Suit Cases, !! ! Chinaware, Paints and Oils ! ncc mo Julius Jensen || I ' Douglas Alaska ? ? MI II I I I I 13 I II I I I I I I I I I I t 111 1 111 1 111 I 1 1 111 III 111 111 The Grotto ; | Saloon and Liquor Store ;; LaVELLE & BROPHY ! Proprietor* [ \ ;; Front St II JUNEAU :: ?H M-I H I 1 I I 1M-1-M I 1 1 H-l -H-h I,. G Thomas Mori F. Thomas ? ? ' Alaska Furniture 8 Undertaking 2 Co., Inc. 2 *' Funeral Directors & Embalmers ? I < > A < > Dw^u m(??j iWy ? HUNTER HOTEL DOUGLAS, ALASKA Strictly First-Class. Always on Hand: Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Our Specialty? ! Mixed Drinks. Front St, opp. Ferry Landing i B. CONRAD, Prop. RUDOLPH BLAHUT. Manager J Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer On Draught | HUNTER HOTEL AMUSEMENT PARLORS Spend your leisure time playing pool and billiards. You are always welcome. Come see me. L. H. KIEST - DOUGLAS 4444444444444444 4 4 4 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? 4 4 + 4 Are you going to repair your 4 4 house? See George E. Brown. + 4 Contractor & Builder, Douglas 4 4444444444444444 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? I .dNTBUILDBR I Builds houses both big and small and does re pair work at reasonable ratoe. See me at the Douglas Hardware Store or Phone 55 Public Stenographer 207 SEWARD BLOCK RUTH MERRILL, PHONE 296 ST. GEORGE HOUSE. Everything new. Good light and well ventilated rooms. Baths, electric ight. Good board. Reasonable rates by the day, week >r month. 4-18-tf MRS. A. E. VESTAL.